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didn't fire anyone? >> no. because that is typical washington. hey, let me quickly fire somebody, and make everybody happy and we are all good. no, he is saying that we have a more serious issue here and that is the inability to connect the dots. if you also look at that intelligence report that came out of afghanistan and the inability of americans there to understand what is happening locally on the ground, and we have a much broader issue that we have been dealing with since 9/11 and that the inability to know what is happening on the ground, and also of the weak innocence the hiring of people who can actually study the data and the understanding of what it means. >> i was surprised at how candid they were in the summary, in this report, and when they said, amanda, that they didn't know that al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, in yemen, specifically, had this operational capability, and thought it was aspirational. >> candor is nice. >> but those were some of the shocks that we were warned about and it is out there and everyone should read it. >> i am sure that the classified v
intent on defrauding the government. given the billions in recovery act dollars that washington is dol doling out. federal investigators are finding bid rigging for the highway companies. they've been occluding for expansion of state highways. the attorney general has 25 investigations under way, a dozen of which has been referred to the department of justice for prosecution. other cases involve what the government calls disadvantaged business enterprise fraud. women bidding for contracts, and after taking a cut, passing the work to a non-qualified contracter. inspectors general are aggressively searching for stimulus fraud, certain that corruption will affect recovery act spending. >> fraud will occur. typically we see false statements, false claims, conflict of interest, anti-trust violations. >> the latest stimulus scorecard ten months into the recovery act, 106 active investigations. investigators say they're only just beginning. every department is training federal, state and municipal workers in fraud detection, anticipating that corrupt contractors view recovery act funds as a p
into new york, we were in washington. we had lunch over at the white house with the president of the united states. the restrictions, i want to be up front with our viewers, what we can and can't report, but to make a long story short, it was a fascinating opportunity that all of us had to get some insight into what he will do and won't do tonight. it should be no surprise to our viewers, the emphasis is going to be not on health care, but on jobs. >> on jobs, jobs, jobs, and the president will try to make a down payment on fiscal constraits and definite at this time vie ducks. to echo -- this is a tradition, past presidents have done it. it's gracious of the president to share his thoughts and his staff to share his thoughts. the president feels more comfortable in the past. this is the third time in the hall for a joint session, the first one officially the state of the union, and obviously well aware of the significant challenge he faces. the health care reform, but the question is, can they punch it in? and what can they do in this environment post the special election in massachusetts,
will come to washington tomorrow, his first trip, to meet with the massachusetts delegation. he'll also spend some time with senator john mccain who was one of his earliest supporters, but ooh a fascinating story and after his event and his news conference in boston, we were retracing key steps with his campaign and they understand it has fundamentally changed the health care debate in washington, but what they say the fundamental issue in massachusetts was disaffection, the same factors that contributed to the president's big victory in 2008, frustration about the economy, high unemployment and bailouts on wall street, high spending and a couple of key quick points. scott brown, the republican used john kennedy, an ad where john kennedy is talking about cutting taxes in the 1960s. it started with plaque and white john kennedy and it came to scott brown in color finishing the quote, saying that's what i want to do, restoring the kennedy, economic philosophy and they say don't underestimate the christmas day attempted bombing of the u.s. jetliner. they say after that, scott brown. he's a
of the union message to florida today. but back here in washington, one particular moment during his speech that has a lot of people all fired up right now. call it, if you will, president obama versus samuel alito. it happened when the president criticized the supreme court's recent ruling of campaign finance reform. listen to the president and watch justice alito. in the audience, shaking his head. >> with all due deference to separation of powers, last week the supreme court reversed a century of law that i believe will open the flood gates for special interests. including foreign corporations, to spend without limit in our election. >> take a look at samuel alito. he seems to be saying -- if you can read his lips, not true, not true. when supreme court justices attend the state of the union address, they usually try not to react to political statements made by the president. let's bring in our senior legal analyst, jefrry toobin. author of "the nine." what's the answer here, jeff? a, should the president have said what he said with justices of the supreme court present? b, should justic
agencies to share information? >> well, there has always been in washington this intramural kind of feeling of possessiveness about information that is developed within an agency by its sources and so there is a tendency to stove pipe, to hoard information, and not to share it. and that has to be overcome. and as we said five years ago, it has to be overcome by presidential leadership, who requires that it be done, to overcome this obstinate tendency in our government agencies to hoard information. >> the 9/11 commission in december of 2005 gave its final support and specifically talked about prescreening passengers before they board the airline. and you gave this country, you gave the grade of an f. here is what the commission said. few improvements have been made to the existing passenger screening sim stins right after 9/11. that was back in 2005. what grade would you give the obama administration today after learning of this incident? >> well, again, it is one incident, we're still finding out facts. but clearly we have not seen implemented with the alacrity that we would have wished to
in washington, but a practice that unfortunately has disappeared and now is being revived. that's good news as well. it will be interesting to see if they would open some of that up for debate as well. but this is good, but i do think, wolf, we cannot get past the fact there are deep differences of principle, and deep differences of policy between the the president and his administration and the republicans. he says i can't find any credible economist who would across across the board tax cuts will work. republicans will point to a number of credibility economists, a fellow like matter feld stein, one of the world's best economists, who believed, as do many others, that leaner government, less taxes, less spending actually provides more vitality to the economy. so there are just deep differences how you do things here that, whether they can bridge those or not, i don't know. talking to each other is good news. >> and it's going to be whether smaller is better. they're going to november have these huge bills and the president says this is what i want to do on capital gains, this is what i wa
, voters want politicians here in washington to stop fighting and start working together. we saw a very unusual attempt friday to change the slash and burn tone. the president agreed to answer questions from gop lawmakers on their turf. a house republican retreat in baltimore. it was even more remarkable because television cameras were allowed inside to record every tough exchange. and there were plenty. this hour, we want you to hear it all for yourself. >> i very much am appreciative of not only the tone of your introduction, john, but also the invitation that you extended to me. you know what they say, keep your friends close, but visit the republican caucus every few months. part of the reason i accepted your invitation to come here was because i wanted to speak with all of you and not just to all of you. so i'm looking forward to taking your questions and having a real conversation in a few moments. and i hope that the conversation we begin here doesn't end here, that we can continue our dialogue in the days ahead. it is important to me that we do so. it is important to you, i thin
spell, one of the stories we'll stake on top of here at cnn. into washington now, "the situation room," here is wolf blitzer. >>> rick, thank you. happening now, an astounding rescue in haiti. a woman pulled out of the rubble alive seven days after the quake. this hour, new stories of survival and desperate need. >>> the fate of health care reform for all americans is now perhaps in the hands of massachusetts voters. will a republican win ten ked den aformer senate seat and strike a heart at the democrats' power? stay with cnn to find out. i'm wolf blitzer in cnn's command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. you're in "the situation room." the ground split open, haiti was torn apar. at least and the understanding estimates 3 million people are still in need of food, shelter and water right now. all of that unfor thing. we have a lot of questions we want answered in the hours and days ahead, including who is in charge of the haitian government and of relief operations right now. why have there been delays in distributing aid? and how much
. >> reporter: but edith is betting more minds and hearts will change now. she is off to washington to watch her friend make history, knowing it won't change greenwood's past, but maybe its future. >> i never thought i would be able to see this day, so i just need to be there. don't want to be nowhere near the front. i just warrant to be there. it means everything to me. because i want to be treated as a person, not because i'm edith childs and a black, but because i'm a person. >> reporter: john king, cnn, greenwood, south carolina. >>> on our next hour, john takes us to new mexico, where military students could get marches orders to afghanistan. 5:00 p.m. eastern right here in "the situation room." >>> well, rush limbaugh is getting ready to hold a press conference at a hawaiian hospital. that's where he was admitted after experiencing chest pains. we'll bring you the news as soon as we have it. also the deadline has passed, but talks between two media giants are still going on, at least for now. we'll update you on the battle royale that has you swearing off programs, whether you want to or n
in washington, the president of the united states is saying thank you. the president and the first lady visited the headquarters for the american red cross. the president thanked workers for their efforts and he thanked the american people for their donations. >> just by twitter we've seen $21 million raised already. which just shows how generous the american people are in times of need. and so we are very grateful for those contributions. it's also a testimony of the confidence people have in the red cross in they'll be using that money wisely. so congratulations to all of you. both staff and volunteers for the great work. >> thank you. >> i should also mention, by the way, u.s.a.i.d. search and rescue team, they unearthed ten people who are alive out of the rubble. that's the single biggest rescue post earthquake in one day that people have ever seen. and i think the team in part was from fairfax, virginia. so we're very proud of that. >> and speaking of rescue, we're getting ready to speak with a parent of a daughter who has been missing at that hotel montana in port-au-prince. now since the
in a moment. also here in washington are our homeland security correspondent jeanne meserve and former homeland security inspector general clark kent irvin. thanks to all of you for coming in. clark, let me start with you. the president says for now he's not interested in firing people. but you believe people should be fired. >> i do, wolf. it is terrific the president took responsibility and, of course, ultimately he's responsible. that's the politically smart thing to do too. but the president himself can't be fired, certainly. and further, the president himself doesn't run the government. the bureaucracy does. unless heads roll in the bureaucracy, we'll be talking about this in years to come. >> who would you fire? >> it seems there were multiple mistakes and multiple agencies as the president has said. therefore it seems there should be multiple resignations in the nctc. >> the national counterterrorism center. >> that's right. in the central -- >> that's headed by michael leiter. >> it is. i know michael leiter. he's a consummate intelligence profession professional. people in the
to this conversation. he has something to say to all of you. mr. ambassador, go ahead. >> since i got to washington in 2004, the problem of the adoptees, and adopted has come to my office many times. and i have done a lot of things with the minister of the interior to hasten the process. and one thing that we have done recently after the earthquake, those who have finished the process, and who have visas, but did not have haitian passports, and that's the only thing that is holding them back. i have ordered the unit passport in washington to issue passports for them so they can travel. if you can get all the papers to us in washington, we will issue the passports because after you finish the whole process of having an american visa and approve it and they approve it, very often the last hurdle is the haitian passport. and for people who do not know th that, passports for haitians are issued in two places. they're issued in port-au-prince, haiti, for all haitians inside the country. once a haitian leaves haiti, even going next door to the dominican republic, their passports are issued from washingto
-au-prince. chris lawrence, i'm here with haiti's ambassador in washington. we're going to talk to you, but tell us what you're seeing right now as nightfall approaches. >> reporter: well, wolf, we're here at the airport here in haiti, and you can see a tremendous amount of crowds, everyone crowding around the entrance to the airport. everyone desperate really for information. nobody knows what's going on. people have told us they have heard no word from their embassies, trying to figure out when they may be able to get a flight out of here. many of them don't have anything left. norm clark here is from florida. you had just an incredible story, norm, about how you got out of the earthquake and what you were trying to do with a lot of the kids you were with. >> we were trying to help the operation love the children for haiti. i was upstairs in the second floor and all of a sudden everything started trembling. we started running downstairs, starting grabbing the kids by the armfuls and throwing them out of the way of the how is itself, and kept getting more until all of them were hurt. we just give
'll continue to do this every day, but we're ratch ramping it up on january 18th. here now in washington, wolf blitzer. >>> rick, thanks very much. president obama is about to share what he's learned about the attempted airline bomb attack. we're standing by to bring you his remarks live. they're coming up very soon, along with analysis for the best political team and cnn's terrorism experts. stand by for live coverage. >>> also, blistering new criticism of u.s. intelligence? afghanistan after the deadly attack on a cia base. we're learning more about the suicide bomber's history as a double agent and the collapse in security. stand by for that as well. >>> and winter weather has an icy vice grip on the eastern part of the united states. just ahead the forecast and the fallout, including farmers scrambling to save their crops. i'm wolf blitzer in cnn's command center for breaking news, politics, and extraordinary reports from around the world. you're in "the situation room." >>> the white house is promising president obama will give a candid update on what could have been a major terror attack
are added to the terror watch list. the president is back in washington, launching a new round of high-level talks about the failed christmas airline attack. >>> plus turns out the white house party crashers were not alone. the secret service now revealing that a third uninvited guest was at the obamas' first state dinner. >>> we take you inside a compound where the taliban allegedly brainwashed children as young as 12 years old and turned them into killers, we're told they did it by giving impressional kids a taste of heaven. >>> i'm here for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. you're in "the situation room." it's president obama's first day back from vacation. among the first things on his to-do list, finding out the latest on the failed attempt to blow up a plane headed to detroit. he's also meeting with the top national security adviser. we'll have more in just a moment, but first, depending on who you are and where you are from, it's just gotten a whole lot tougher to get on an airplane, maybe even impossible. let's bring in our homeland securi
. that's the nature of politics here in washington. that's what they do, they sell. >> and we hold our nose and buy it. >> we'll observe and we'll study, and try to keep them as honest as we can. >> and report back. >> i'm getting dizzy from all these proposals. >>> let. >>> we have a team of journalists working on our stimulus desk, right now tracking what happened to the money and whether it actually created jobs as promised. many people are skeptical as you know. a cnn opinion research corporation poll taken this moan show the majority of americans oppose this stimulus package. this helps explain why, only about a third of those surveyed believe it mostly benefited the economy. 63% think the stimulus package mostly funded political projects that had no impact on the economy. let's bring in our senior political analyst gloria borger and david geringening. gloria, other presidents have dealt with political setbacks like this. is this administration based on what you're hearing looking at previous examples what they can do learning from history? >> sure they are. wolf, i took a look ba
. a senior israeli diplomat in washington said that in back-channel conversations, quote -- is that true, you're going to go along and see if the sanctioning can make a difference? >> first of all, while we're cautious and concerned about the question of time, wolf, as time passes the 4,000 centrifuges continue to spin out enriched uranium, but we are trusting in the president's handling of this and commitment to reassess it. so far they have rejected all compromises, and then having concluded that the iranians are not going to cease enriching uranium, to proceed with levels sanctioni sanctions on iran. we agree with a great number of things with the obama administration. >> what don't you agree with? >> we'll talk about what we agree on first. the goal is the end and complete cessation of a uranium enrichment on iranian soil. we agree if the iran unions do not accept a compromise package, that then the united states will join with the international community with like-minded states in developing, devising and imposing these crippling sanctions on the iranian economy. we are very much on the
banking ceos in washington to face questions. tomorrow marks the first public hearing held by the bipartisan panel, given the job of investigating the financial crisis, and the question is, will it make a difference? what led to the current financial crisis? answering that question will be the ceos of goldman sachs, j.p. morgan chase, morgan stanley and bank of america, the four biggest investment firms in the united states. they'll feed questions from a ten-member bipartisan panel appointed by congress. it's models at the pecora commission that investigated the great depression that followed the it stock market crash. economist simon johnson, author of "13 bankers" calls it an opportunity for the panel. >> the bonuses today, the bonuses the banks plan to pay for 2009, have an eerie parallel with the size and structure of the bonuses they paid in 2007 before the crisis, and in some views, in my view, contributing to the crisis. so they need to make that link and make it very human and very specific. >> reporter: keeping the story human, johnson says, is key in hearings that
on my blog. if you open the window, you can smell it all the way from washington. >> i believe it, jack. thank you. i'd like you to listen to this next report. if you're a father, you're going to want to watch this. one of the most amazing stories to emerge out of so much death in haiti. desperation and separation plunge a mother into the depths of dark, then out of nowhere there are rays of light. you just witnessed on tape, if you could see it, they are from a family that feared the worst. fortunately, though, saw the best. here to explain just what happened are kennedy granger, justin yarborough and kennedy's three girls rescued from port-au-prince, bianca, fafan and angel. kennedy, let me start with you. it's an amazing story with a really good ending. tell our viewers what happened. >> well, i was separated from my daughters. we actually were just in haiti a couple of weeks ago, and when the earthquake hit, i was back in san antonio where i live and i couldn't get in touch with them for pretty much the whole week. i had no idea where they were. so as soon as i could, i contacted as
. >> reporter: so we went working for signs that the stimulus has arrived and tracking the money from washington to where i grew up. allan kauffman has been mayor here for more than a decade. >> reporter: at the end of the day, people say that stimulus is about jobs and jump starting the economy, but it is about main streets just like goshen, and from your perspective right now one year into is the stimulus, it is working? >> for those people who are still out of work, stimulus has not worked for them. but i can see the effects that are coming and that are here now. >> reporter: one place we found stimulus was goshen middle school. $300,000 for a new high-tech reading program. >> the stimulus money bought the whole program and helped to pay for the computers and helped to play for the mp3 players and helped to buy the books. >> reporter: did it create jobs? so far, one, an i.t. specialist to manage the computer software, but the teacher stephanie steel says that the impact reaches far beyond the classroom walls. >> if they hear this story and say, where the jobs? this is not going to the economy
for the president's agenda overnight wasting no time getting here to washington to meet with his new colleagues. we're talking about republican massachusetts senator-elect scott brown. he went to the capitol hill on thursday after capturing the late ted kennedy senate's seat. brown's stunning win forced democrats to go back to the drawing board on health care reform now that they'll no longer have their 60 seats super majority in the senate. the house speaker nancy pelosi appears to be ruling out one last ditch option for getting reform passed. she admits she lack the votes in the house to get the senate's current health care reform bill through. >> in its present form without any change, i don't think it is possible to pass the senate bill in the house. there is some part of our caucus that would say, well, let's just take the pieces. we recognize health care has to be done. health care reform must be done, let's take some pieces of it and go for it and there are others who are saying let's just get it done and move on. but everybody recognizes that something needs to be done. >> in the new issue
in washington today. two days after capturing the late senator ted kennedy's seat. now, let's go to capitol hill. senior congressional correspondent dana bash standing by. he is now a superstar on the hill, isn't he? >> reporter: certain there way it seemed by looking at the pictures. talking about the issue here, you heard it from nancy pelosi. what happens next on the president's agenda, whether it is health care or anything else, still a big question mark. democrats try to figure out the fallout from the massachusetts election. but what happened today was a series of courtesy calls that really offered dramatic proof that one man and one election changed things here overnight. mr. brown came to washington. and a crush of cameras at meeting -- >> okay, guys. >> reporter: after meeting. >> guys, i'm not going anywhere. everyone settled. >> reporter: settled? scott brown knows capitol has not been settled since his election shook democrats to their korbut went out of their way to be warm and welcoming from ted kennedy's son patrick to the senior massachusetts senator. >> ted kennedy wrote me and
in washington. i guarantee you the average person, white or black, right now is less concerned about what harry reid said in a quote in a book a couple years ago than they are about how are we going to move the country forward. that's where we need to direct our attention. >> that was the president of the united states just a little while ago over at the white house. he sounded clearly frustrated by this uproar, didn't he? >> what really jumps out, when he talks about how these type of stories all of a sudden take on a life of their own, all of a sudden it's a tit for tat and back and forth, as opposed to context, real discussions about issues of race in this country, i'll talk to other people about this particular issue and i've had heard african-americans say they're more incensed with what bill clinton actually had to say than what harry reid had to say, but once it gets into the political cycle, the senate majority leader makes a comment, it takes on a life of his own. >> the snowball gets going and going and going. that's clearly upsetting to the president. >>> stand by. we'll continue our
at the time? the foreign minister of jordan is here in washington right now. he'll also be in "the situation room." stand by for that interview. >>> also, an alleged terror plot stretching from denver to new york, now two new arrests in the case, details of the latest twists. >>> and too tempting to resist. the heart-stopping leap, all caught on tape. big nighttime breathing relief... introduces-- drum roll please-- new breathe right extra. the only strip with an extra spring-like band, it's 50% stronger for congested noses that need extra help in opening nasal passages... so you breathe even better. and now get two free samples... and experience a better night's sleep for yourself. go to to try new breathe right extra. and experience a better night's sleep for yourself. once upon a time, mutual funds promised to simplify investing. what happened? i used to ask my broker for advice. funny how the "best" funds always turned out to be his. what about the funds we bought years ago? yeah. how do we know they're still right for us? td ameritrade does mutual funds differently. wit
demonstrated how one snar and one daul for the president. there again, jenna -- >> mr. brown came to washington. and arrived to a frenzy, a crush of cameras at meeting -- >> hey, guys. >> -- after meeting. >> we're not going anywhere. let's get everyone settled. >> settled? scott brown knows the capitol hasn't been settled since his election pushed democrats to the core. >> ted kennedy wroete me and said, as humphrey bogart would have said, this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. i look forward to working with scott. >> you're entering a time when the country is in deep trouble. >> questions like this didn't get answers? >> how has senator scott brown ruined your agenda. >> he offered mostly vague answers, like on health care. >> they are thichking of sporting a smaller-backed health care. >> he struck to the stript that brought him here. >> people want good nvgs, i'll be here soon, they want us to solve problems. >> and try to hold onto his pan fake it have of people image, stopping to talk to his signal light staff and security. taking a photo with students he bumped into. the
in washington. he's got a message to haitian americans and to a lot of other folks out tlt right now. i was having trouble getting out of bed in the morning because my back hurt so bad. >>> communications are extremely spotty in haiti. so many people outside of haiti are finding it extremely hard, if not impossible, to get information about their loved ones. some haitian government officials are providing information on what they know. joining us now, ambassador to the united states from haiti, raymond joseph. thanks for coming in. >> thank you for inviting me. >> is the situation based on everything you are hearing from your government getting worse on the ground in terms of tensions and devastation? >> yes. right now after 48 hours, almost 48 hours, people start to be impatient. especially that some rescue and little -- bit slow. and some aftershocks are still being felt. for example, in the city, in the southwestern tip, southwestern tip of haiti, there were aftershocks this morning. and the hospital there, main hospital, collapsed. >> whole hospital. >> whole hospital. >> is there l
in very dangerous places, not just here in washington, who have heard that as what's going to happen inside to the career folks if there is not going to be accountability at the political level, does this mean we will look for the career folks to hold accountable and that will make people very nervous. >> tom fuentes is hear. is that how you read or heard, understood what the president was saying? >> yes. i would also like to add he mentioned strengthening our international partnerships. i don't think enough has been made on this particular issue because of aviation is a global industry. following world war ii, there was a convention in chicago where leaders from around the world came together and it was decided to set up the three letter designator for airports around the world pipt was decided english would be the standard language used by all flight crews, time on the, ground crews around the world. we need a new summit along the lines to determine what security measures should be made and worldwide requirements. which screening requirements should be made worldwide requirements.
us. >> thank you for having me. >>> lots to assess on what's going on in washington on this, the day before the state of the union address. david gergen is standing by. >>> lisa sylvester is monitoring some of the other top stories in "the situation room" right now. lisa, what's going on? >> hi there, wolf. it's now illegal for commercial truck and bus drivers to text while driving. under new federal guidelines announced today by transportation secretary ray lahood, commercial drivers caught texting could face criminal or civil penals up to $750,000 lahood calls the ban an important safety step. a federal study shows drivers who text are more than 20 times more likely to get into an accident than a nondistracted driver. >>> gm is agreeing to sell saab to speicher. the deal is a lifeline for saab and its 3,500 employees in sweden. saab has lost money for years under gm ownership. it was slated for liquidation. under the terms of the sale, gm will get $74 million in cash and more than $300 million of preferred shares in saab. you've got to take a look at this amazing basketball shot th
living and working in washington. he was tireless and fired up about bread and butter issues like jobs. >> hello, everybody. so long as i have some breath in me, so long as i have the privilege of serving as your president, i will not stop fighting for you. >> the question for our analysts today, what if his attempts to be populous sticks? >> i've been fighting for you my whole adult life, and i will keep standing for you and working for you every single day. >> i'm out here in the trenches working and fighting for you. >> all right. joining us, our political analyst gloria borger and david gergen. is this trend likely to continue? >> it sure seems like it, wolf vgs this is much to be se ed for a president to be on the side of the president. president radios very well during the new deal couldn't get the economy back up and running, but people felt he was on their side and they supported him through that period. but there's also dangers here. first of all, it sounds contrived. two days ago after massachusetts, three days after massachusetts, to be out there with this kind of rhetoric,
including new york, washington d.c. and cities in california. the hikes are what starbucks calls the normal course of business. the chain points out prices have also gone down on some of the beverages, including brewed coffees. >>> a toast to survival. it was one year ago today that hero capital sullen berger planneded his plane on the hudson river, saving all the people on board. they took the ferry out to the spot where the plane went down. it was wonderful several events to mark the anniversary of what's become known as miracle on the hudson. members of the group raised their glasses at 3:31 p.m., the exact moment of impact after a flock of gee disabled the airplane's engine forcing that emergency ending. wolf? >> we remember that event very very well. >> as if it were yesterday. >> thanks very much. >>> we'll check in with elizabeth cohen. she's on the scene in haiti. stories of medical survival and more, right after this. the all-new gmc terrain. with an epa estimated 32 miles per gallon highway. may the best car win. ♪ well, look who's here. it's ellen. hey, mayor white. how you doi
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